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CNET News.com: Mission Critical Linux names new chief operating officer

Nov 05, 2000, 21:37 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)

"Mission Critical Linux has tapped into old-guard talent, hiring Robert Tumanic away from corporate-computing veteran Unisys to become the start-up's chief operating officer."

"Tumanic, formerly vice president and managing principal of Unisys operations, will assume the new post Monday, Mission Critical Linux chief executive Moiz Kohari said in an interview...."

"Mission Critical Linux, a Lowell, Mass., company, which received a $20 million investment in June from General Atlantic Partners, sells Linux systems and services to large companies that need systems that won't crash. The company is populated by numerous former Compaq Computer employees."

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